- Actress Genevieve Nnaji recently spent time with her best friend and popular supermodel Oluchi Onweagba
- The friends took to their respective social media pages with photos taken during the time spent together
- Fans and industry colleagues flooded the comment section with lovely comments for the celebrity best friends
Nollywood movie star Genevieve Nnaji and her supermodel best friend, Oluchi Onweagba, recently got members of the online community gushing.
The celebrity besties recently met up after a long time away from each other and they took lovely pictures to capture the moment spent together.
Genevieve and Oluchi took to their respective Instagram pages with the pictures that got many people talking about their beauty.
Check out the photo below:
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Fans, colleagues hail Genevieve, Oluchi
The photos racked in lovely comments from many who haven’t seen the two together in a long while.
Read some of their comments below:
"Queens and more."
"Beautiful women. "
"We love you both❤️."
"I miss my favourite on screen though."
"Love you both my melanin Queens."
"2 great, beautiful and intelligent women besties."
"I love y'all so much."
"My faves in one pics."
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Legit.ng previously reported that Hollywood actor David Oyelowo shared his thoughts about the Nollywood industry.
Oyelowo, who worked with singer Ric Hassani on a project, stated that he also admires afrobeat and is a big fan of it.
Reiterating that he is Nigerian, the Hollywood star said he tends to have touches of his country on his projects.
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"Absolutely. I've been having conversations with Genevieve Nnaji who I really admire as an artiste. Adesua was at my house in LA. These are people that I admire their work and the explosion of not just film but fashion and literature and of course from a Nigerian perspective. It's real and I am proud of it and I want to be a part of it."
Source: Legit Nigeria